Monthly Archives: April 2016

It’s become common knowledge that humans have a healthier and even longer life when they consume fiber for digestive purposes on a regular basis. We couldn’t help but throw out the pun on the refractory need for ceramic fiber in

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Calcium silicate is a white, free-flowing powder derived from limestone and diatomaceous earth combined together. Calsil is commonly used as a safe alternative to asbestos products for high temperature insulation materials, and is also used for passive fire protection. When

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This made-in-the USA silica textile protects and insulates in high-heat scenarios in many industrial applications. Refrasil adds a level of thermal control due to its low heat-storage capacity. In high-temperature industries, such as within chemical process/refining, steel production, power generation,

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For high temperature industries, including heat treating, forging, ceramics & glass production, petrochemical production, and for furnace and oven manufacturing, insulating firebrick provides energy conservation, management, and greater product conformity. Lightweight insulating firebrick helps to increase the efficiency of furnace

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Imagine the high-heat resistance and insulating capabilities of ceramic fiber blankets made into a more durable, rigid solution and you’re looking at the innovative product called ceramic fiber boards. These boards are a healthier, safer alternative to asbestos boards and

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From appliance insulation and mold wrap to high-temperature gasketing and refractory backup for thermal management, ceramic fiber paper has countless uses when it comes to high-heat protection. Another fine thermal refractory ceramic fiber product like our blankets and rigid boards,

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Used to repair refractory linings in ovens, furnaces, kilns, boilers, incinerators, etc. in multiple industries, refractory ceramic fiber in the moldable/pumpable format is injectable for ease-of-use and ultra-convenience. With a putty-like consistency, this product is often used in conjunction with

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As explained in our blog post about microporous insulating boards, panels made of microporous insulation are basically insulating powder that has been compressed into a rigorous and efficient thermal refractory material for smaller spaces and is then used in high-heat

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